Whether justice is available to poor and downtrodden section in the government of Uttar Pradesh.

Whether justice is available to poor and downtrodden section in the government of Uttar Pradesh.

Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh yogimpsingh@gmail.com

Attachments11:27 PM (0 minutes ago)

to pmosbsupremecourturgent-actionhgovupcsupcmupuphrclkolokayuktasec.sicsecretarycmddirectordistmdMD
   Consumer grievance redressal forum are finished in Government of Uttar Pradesh and in Vindhyachal/Mirzapur division is disfunctional   since five years and applications under section 142 of The Electricity Act 2003 is forwarded to M.D. Uttar Pradesh power corporation limited by the chief minister office and concerned instead of taking action files them and Uttar Pradesh regulatory commission misleads the consumers that their petitions are not amenable before it.                                                                                                
27 November 2015
21:54
Whether our accountable public functionaries masked with pseudo honesty really advocates transparency and accountability in the system or in schizophrenic way only mislead the citizenry in cryptic style.
With due respect your applicant wants to draw the kind attention of the Hon’ble Sir to the following submissions as follows.
1-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that if we talk of growing corruption in Uttar Pradesh power corporation limited , then most surprising fact is that after large scale exposure of corruption by S.T.F. , not a single wrongdoer Engineer was put behind the bar. Whether such act of government of Uttar Pradesh is not lowering its credibility in the mind of state citizenry.
2-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that
Section 142. (Punishment for non-compliance of directions by Appropriate Commission): In case any complaint is filed before the
Appropriate Commission by any person or if that Commission is satisfied that any person has contravened any of the provisions of
this Act or the rules or regulations made thereunder, or any direction issued by the Commission, the Appropriate Commission may
after giving such person an opportunity of being heard in the matter, by order in writing, direct that, without prejudice to any other
penalty to which he may be liable under this Act, such person shall pay, by way of penalty, which shall not exceed one lakh rupees
for each contravention and in case of a continuing failure with an additional penalty which may extend to six thousand rupees for
every day during which the failure continues after contravention of the first such direction.
Whether in the aforesaid act commission means not uttar pradesh electricity regulatory commission but consumer grievance redressal forum which does not exist in the Mirzapur /Vindhyachal division since more than five years. 
3-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that
A K Srivastava <secretary@uperc.org> Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 5:19 PM Reply-
To: A K Srivastava <secretary@uperc.org> To: yogimpsingh@gmail.com
Original Message From: Dr. Amit Bhargava To: A K Srivastava
Sent: Monday, June 22, 2015 12:24 PM
Subject: Re: Fw: What is the value of direction of electricity regulatory authority for electri
city companies in the Government of Uttar Pradesh?
Respected Sir,
If required, the sender of the email may please be informed: That the Commission as per the legal provisions is not empowered to hear consumer grievances. Hence for the resolution of his grievance, he may approach the CGRF (Consumer Grievance Redressal Forum) of his area. The details of the same are available on the UPERC website at the following link –
http://uperc.org/CGRF.aspx? FormName=html/CGRFAboutUs.htm
Regards,
D(Tariff), UPERC Arun Kumar Srivastava Secretary, U.P.Electricity Regulatory Commission, 2nd Floor,Kisan Mandi Bhawan,Vibhuti Khand, Gomtinagar,Lucknow Phone 0522-2720426 Fax: 05222720423 Mob:919415023365 website: www.uperc.orgemail: secretary@uperc.org
‐‐ Dr. Amit Bhargava Director (Tariff) Uttar Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission,
Lucknow, U.P. www.uperc.org(M) 09415023226
Hon’ble Sir from the subject of representation even a layman can understand the matter that it relates to function of Electricity Regulatory Commission but aforesaid staffs of commission either really incompetent to understand or mocking in planned way that they are not understanding the contents which is quite common in the system . If the order passed by Uttar Pradesh Regulatory Commission actually followed by the electricity companies , most of the grievances would be automatically redressed.
4-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that 
कम्प्यूटर सँख्या PG05669400 , प्रेषित तिथि 08/08/2015, पत्रांक -PG05669400/लो.शि.-2/2015
विषय प्रार्थना पत्र अण्‍डरं सेक्‍सन 142 का विद्युतिकरण नियम 2003
प्रेषक श्रीएमपीसिहं , 2 तल किसान मण्‍डी भवन ,गोमती नगर लखनऊ उत्तर प्रदेश
प्रेषित प्रबन्ध निदेशक.प्र.पावर कारपोरेशन लि., उत्तर प्रदेश
संदर्भ प्रकार अन्तरित
सन्दर्भ स्थिति – अन्तरितअन्तरण दिनांक : 08/08/2015
निस्तारण विवरणअन्तरित  आपका प्रार्थनापत्र निस्तारण हेतु प्रबन्ध निदेशक.प्र.पावर कारपोरेशन लि., उत्तर प्रदेश को प्रेषित कर दिया गया है  कृपया सम्बंधित अधिकारी से अपनेकम्प्यूटर सन्दर्भ संख्या के साथ संपर्क करने का कष्ट करें  
सम्बन्धित अधिकारी/विभाग द्वारा भरी गयी सूचना
अध्यावधिक स्थिति 
सम्बन्धित अनुभाग 
सम्बन्धित जनपद 
जवाब भेजे जाने की तिथि 
अभियुक्ति 
Your applicant sought information under Right to Information Act 2005 ,that what action was taken by M. D.    U.P.P.C.L on the aforesaid submitted grievance but nothing was made available by public information officer of UPPCL. Please take a glance of attached documents with this representation.
5-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that when the public information officer in the key office of UPPCL takes under teeth the provisions of Right to Information Act 2005 ,then think about the subordinate offices of Uttar Pradesh power corporation limited. In the similar manner executive engineer ,EDD II Mirzapur didn’t provide access to information to your appellant. Rule of law advocates the supremacy of law but here what is going on is sheer anarchy. Whether our public functionaries are not making mockery of law of land. Whether such cryptic dealings are not lowering the dignity of public institutions.
Prof. de-Smith explain its content: “that laws as enacted by Parliament be faithfully
executed by officials; that orders of courts should be obeyed; that individuals wishing to
enforce the law should have reasonable access to the courts; that no person should be
condemned unheard, and that power should not be arbitrarily exercised.”3 As Wade4 says
that the rule of law requires the government should be subject to law, rather than the law
subject to the government.
UPSIC always remained failed in regard to performance of its duty which is the root cause of failure of Right to Information Act 2005 in the state.
                                 This is humble request of your applicant to you Hon’ble Sir that It can never be justified to overlook  the rights of citizenry by delivering services in arbitrary manner by floating all set up norms. This is sheer mismanagement which is encouraging wrongdoers to reap benefit of loopholes in system and depriving poor citizens from right to justice. Therefore it is need of hour to take concrete steps in order to curb grown anarchy in the system. For this your applicant shall ever pray you Hon’ble Sir.
                           ‘Yours  sincerely
                            Yogi M. P. Singh
Mohalla-Surekapuram, Jabalpur Road District-Mirzapur , Uttar Pradesh ,India .

2 comments on Whether justice is available to poor and downtrodden section in the government of Uttar Pradesh.

  1. Prof. de-Smith explain its content: “that laws as enacted by Parliament be faithfully
    executed by officials; that orders of courts should be obeyed; that individuals wishing to
    enforce the law should have reasonable access to the courts; that no person should be
    condemned unheard, and that power should not be arbitrarily exercised.”3 As Wade4 says
    that the rule of law requires the government should be subject to law, rather than the law
    subject to the government.
    UPSIC always remained failed in regard to performance of its duty which is the root cause of failure of Right to Information Act 2005 in the state.

  2. Rule of law is supremacy of law which means nothing is above the law. Here our rulers have put the law of land into dustbin. Most surprising is that our guardians of law itself are great violators of law. If we may go into the context of text of post, then it can be easily understood that how our officers taking under teeth the provisions of Right to Information Act2oo5 .Think about the gravity of situation that all public institutions are under the hold of corrupt public functionaries..

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: